The Blue Bird (1910 film)

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The Blue Bird
Written by Maurice Maeterlinck (play)
Starring Pauline Gilmer
Olive Walter
Release date(s) 1910 (1910)
Running time 420 meters (about 14 minutes)
Country United Kingdom
Language Silent film
English intertitles

The Blue Bird is a 1910 silent film, based on the play by Maurice Maeterlinck and starring Pauline Gilmer as Mytyl and Olive Walter as Tytyl. It was filmed in England.

Cast (in credits order)[edit]

  • Pauline Gilmer as Mytyl
  • Olive Walter as Tytyl
  • Margaret Murray as Mummy Tyl
  • E.A. Warburton as Daddy Tyl
  • Ernest Hendrie as Tylo
  • Norma Page as Tylette
  • Carlotta Addison as The Fairy
  • Edward Rigby as Bread
  • H.R. Hignett as Sugar
  • Doris Lytton as Milk
  • Saba Raleigh as Cow
  • C.V. France as Time
  • Roy Travers as Cow

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